Titty Titty Gang Bang, An Orange County Jail Porn Film, Aired Today In Court

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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang: The non-XXX version that wasn't directed by killer Stephenson Choi Kim
Homemade porn doesn't often get aired in Orange County courthouses, but today jurors in the trial against a jail deputy accused of allowing a killer inmate to enjoy sex dates, drugs, steaks, candy and a cell phone in exchange for bribes saw three, graphic iPhone video clips.

The no-audio footage, shot by Stephenson Choi Kim, shows him kissing Ha Duc Nguyen, repeatedly fondling her exposed breasts, mugging for the camera, squeezing his crotch through his orange jail jumpsuit and then exposing his erect penis.

In at least a half dozen segments, Kim--who walked into a crowded Cypress restaurant in 2004 and murdered a woman he didn't know while seriously wounding six other diners to impress his gang--enthusiastically worked his hard-on while taking shots of Nguyen, who seems to be moaning as if stimulated by an active vaginal vibrator.

At one point, Kim stopped pinching and pulling on Nguyen's nipples and filmed himself sliding a finger in and out of her mouth.

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OC DA Files Gang Injunction Against Townsend Street Gang in Santa Ana

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Santa Ana Gang Unit officers on Townsend Street
Santa Ana Police Chief Carlos Rojas and Commander Tammy Franks offered inanities when asked by community members last November if the po-po was looking to place a gang injunction that would affect the Townsend Street barrio in central SanTana. "We are constantly looking at data related to all our hot spot areas," Rojas said at the time, in response to councilman Roman Reyna. "If there are gang injunctions to be done here in the city, I will be at that community meeting." Commander Franks tried to assure skeptical audience members that a SAPD Gang Unit presentation at the KidWorks center that tipped off residents merely spoke of gang injunctions in the hypothetical.

But earlier this month, the Orange County District Attorney's office (OCDA) literally filed for a preliminary gang injunction on Townsend, and Santa Ana police served notices to those named in it just last week. So much for that community meeting, eh Chief Rojas?

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Deputy Betrayed OC Sheriff's Department To Protect Inmate's Sex, Drug Perks: Testimony

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The girlfriend of a killer once housed inside the Orange County Jail testified Wednesday that a friendly sheriff's deputy twice secretly tipped her to potential searches so she wouldn't be caught smuggling contraband including drugs and weapons inside the facility.

Prosecutor Aleta Bryant elicited the testimony from Ha Duc Nguyen who is hoping her statements in support of the government's bribery case against now fired deputy David Lloyd Cass will result in her lenient punishment for the illegal, two-year smuggling operation.

Nguyen told the jury that on December 3, 2011--the day she was planning to smuggle marijuana, candy and a cell phone (plus charger and cord) to killer Stephenson Choi Kim--Cass contacted her with a warning.

"Deputy Cass texted me on the phone and told me that we were going to get searched [at the jail] so be careful with what I had and what not," Nguyen testified.

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With Deputy's Aid, Killer Turned Orange County Jail Into A Pleasure Palace, Witness Testifies

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Kim freely explored sexual fetishes inside jail
Though a savage thug and murderer who liked to use guns, knives and a baseball bat to inflict pain during ambushes, Stephenson Choi Kim's life inside the Orange County Jail (OCJ) couldn't have been more pleasant.

Take the third Saturday in May 2011, for example.

Already convicted of committing a fatal, unprovoked restaurant shooting seven years earlier for his Southern California criminal street gang and awaiting an eventual 300-year sentence, Kim wanted to satisfy his carnal desires without relying on cellmates.

He summoned his civilian girlfriend, Ha Duc Nguyen, to Booth A of the Attorney-Bonds section of the jail visitor area, where a thoughtful deputy improved the ambiance and privacy of the bland room by turning off the lights.

Dragon--Kim's gang moniker probably to compensate for his short physical stature--then plugged a laptop computer into an electrical socket, watched a porno DVD while fondling Nguyen and stripped.

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Orange County Jail Inmates Allowed to Enjoy Phone Sex, Deputy Testifies

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Rosenblum: My client is getting railroaded in jail sex case
Jail inmates--including killers, rapists, gangsters and pedophiles--regularly enjoy phone sex with civilians on public lines recorded by the Orange County Sheriff's Department (OCSD), and deputies allow the perk because "it's not illegal," according to court testimony this week.

That unplanned revelation came courtesy of OCSD Investigator James Karr, who was questioned by defense attorney Lewis Rosenblum about use of jail phone recordings to arrest David Lloyd Cass in 2013 after the deputy allegedly accepted bribes in exchange for allowing a maximum-security inmate contact sex dates from 2009 to 2012.

To charge Cass with four felonies involving gift cards to places such as Burke Williams Day Spa, Karr and prosecutor Aleta Bryant are relying on portions of more than 1,000 hours of phone recordings between inmate Stephenson Choi Kim and girlfriend Ha Duc Nguyen, who used her vagina to smuggle marijuana to the vicious killer and took cell phone recordings of him masturbating to porn she brought into the jail.

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F Troop Gangster Selling Meth, Guns In Orange County Learns Fate

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Ismael Luna must have been excited in August 2012, when he found a buyer in Santa Ana for a MAC-10 gun and 28.3 grams of methamphetamine for $1,900.

But the buyer was a confidential informant working for the Santa Ana Gang Task Force.

When Luna (a.k.a "Sherman") returned to make the sale, he stated he couldn't retrieve the weapon, though he did bring 27.7 grams of meth for $820.

Five days later, he sold the snitch another batch of the narcotic for $850, and found himself under arrest.

Assistant United States Attorney Amanda N. Liskamm believed the punishment should be 188 months in prison because Luna sold "one of the most dangerous and destructive street drug" and got caught actually selling a 45-caliber Colt pistol and a Russian 7.62-caliber SKS firearm during a period of months.

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Tiny Rascals Gangster Didn't Kill Anyone And Is Angry Jury Convicted Him of Murder

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Tien Phung, TRG lieutenant
On the wee hours of March 20, 2011, members of five Vietnamese criminal street gangs somehow ended up together at a Little Saigon karaoke restaurant, and a fist fight occurred after cursing and mad dogging.

The hoodlums in the Tiny Rascals Gang (TRG) and their allies in Hellside apparently weren't fond of the gangsters in Viet Together (V.T.), Power of Viet (P.O.V.) and Asian Family (A.F.).

To express their displeasure, all sides usually liked to vandalize their opponents' homes in Westminster, Garden Grove, Fountain Valley and Santa Ana.

But on this particular night TRG members threw a party, got wasted, planned an ambush, retrieved a gun, drove to the Billiards Phi-Hong pool hall popular with VT, POV and AF, and used about seven vehicles to block parking lot exits so nobody could escape.

The confrontation spurred a deep, philosophical exchange.

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Orange County Gangster Jesus Aguirre Hoped California Supreme Court Would Save Him. It Didn't

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Aguirre: Could a smile like mine belong to a thug?
To his family, friends and supporters, Orange County's Jesus Aguirre is a victim of a cruel criminal justice system determined to put an innocent teenager in California's toughest prison without any justification.

Aguirre's 2012 conviction prompted Superior Court Judge William R. Froeberg to issue a life in prison punishment for an attempted murder that occurred when the defendant was 16 years old.

"Gang activity is a no win activity," Froeberg said at the hearing. "Society won't tolerate it and I won't tolerate it."

But Aguirre's supporters argue the defendant was never a gangster and didn't try or succeed in killing anybody.

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Captured Gangster Impresses Federal Judge With Sincerity and Wins Punishment Reduction

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A steady stream of criminal defendants regularly arrive in U.S. District Court Judge Andrew J. Guilford's stately, 10th-floor, Santa Ana courtroom for sentencing, insist they'll never offend again and, sometimes while employing tears, seek leniency.

Most of the criminals are probably just telling the judge what they think he wants to hear, but one 26-year-old Orange County defendant landed in Guilford's court this month with undeniable proof he is leaving his gang and wants to turn his life around.

In fact, this defendant left himself no choice. He alerted the FBI to a murder plot involving his criminal street gang. Now, he's a likely retaliation target for assassination.

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Orange County Dealer Of Sawed-Off Shotguns, Rifles & Ammo Earns Huge Prison Term

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I don't need no stinking gun sales license
On July 10, 2012, notorious Orange County gangster Ralph Castaneda with a fellow hoodlum and a customer conducted an Anaheim alley meeting that resulted in the illegal, $750 sale of a Ruger M77 bolt-action rifle as well as a Duffle bag loaded with ammunition.

Days later Castaneda sold the same buyer three sawed-off shotguns for $1,000.

Because the Eastside Anaheim gangster didn't realize the buyer worked for law enforcement, the process repeated a week later when Castaneda sold a 12-gauge Mossberg pump-action shotgun and a Norinco semi-automatic rifle for $1,200.

Triple oops.

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